Bearden is one of Knoxville’s oldest and best-known communities, with an economically and culturally complex background and deep roots in the 19th century. The community remains a popular place to live, work, and shop, and includes multiple landmarks of more than local significance.
However, to date, except for some short monographs and personal memoirs, it has never been the subject of a comprehensive history, description, or overview in book form. That’s about to change when KHP publishes this new community history in spring 2020!
The 200-page, full-color guidebook, written by Jack Neely, and designed by the awarding winning team at Robin Easter Design will loosely complement KHP’s best seller: Historic Knoxville: The Curious Visitor’s Guide to its Stories & Places.
SPECIAL SUPPORTERS “BEARDEN BUNDLE”
Help us cover the printing and design costs of Historic Bearden.
Contributors of $100+ will receive a special limited “bundle” including:
Order the “Bearden Bundle” via our online store
To be listed as a supporter in the book, donations must be received by Wednesday, January, 8th, 2020 at 5:00 pm.
If you would like more information about becoming a sponsor of this new historical guide, please contact Paul James, Director of Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 865-337-7723.
SPONSORS & CONTRIBUTORS:
Mark & Cathy Mamantov
Charles and Terry Faulkner
David and Barbara Myers in memory of David’s parents, Lloyd and Imogene Myers
Sherry Wallace Barry
Mary Mellen Clark